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Dr. Edus H. Warren

Edus H. Warren, M.D., Ph.D.

Program Head, Global Oncology

Dr. Edus H. Warren, who assumed leadership of the Global Oncology program in July 2017, is an oncologist specializing in the treatment of patients with blood cancers such as leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma. He is an attending physician at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, where he serves on the Hematology/Hematologic Malignancy Service.

Warren invests in basic and translational research that will lead to innovative strategies for adapting the advances in cancer research, prevention, diagnosis and treatment made in high-income countries to help address the increasing burden of cancer morbidity and mortality in low- and middle-income countries.

Dr Warren Phipps

Warren Phipps, M.D., M.P.H.

Medical Director, Uganda Cancer Institute-Fred Hutch Collaboration

Dr. Warren Phipps is an assistant professor at the University of Washington and an assistant member in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division at Fred Hutch. Over the past 10 years, he has served as the medical director of the Uganda Cancer Institute-Fred Hutch Collaboration in Kampala, Uganda. He also serves as the director of faculty development for the collaboration and oversees a novel peer mentoring program for early-career investigators in Uganda.

Phipps conducts research on infection-related cancers in sub-Saharan Africa. His research focuses on human herpesvirus-8 virology and the pathogenesis of Kaposi sarcoma. Specific areas of investigation include identifying factors associated with Kaposi sarcoma presentation and treatment outcomes, as well as characterizing host and viral gene expression in Kaposi sarcoma tumors.

Stuart Tenney

Stuart Tenney

Interim Managing Director, Global Oncology

Stuart Tenney joined Fred Hutch's Shared Resources in January 2020 as the senior operations manager to oversee an expanding administrative, operational and informational technology team and ensure cores have the support they need to run stable business operations. Previously, Tenney was a program operations director in the Fred Hutch Clinical Research Division for 10 years with dynamic and diverse management experience overseeing several different science areas. Tenney is hands-on and committed to delivering clear direction and organized financial outlook for Shared Resources and partnering with the scientific leadership in the Interdisciplinary Science Administration.

As of late April 2022, Tenney is serving as interim managing director, Global Oncology, supporting the administrative and research support teams in Kampala, Uganda, and in Seattle.